New York-based WeWork has started laying off about 2,400 employees, after growing rapidly and failing to launch a public offering in September. Now, hotels are increasingly stepping in to target digital nomads, entrepreneurs and other business workers, be offering co-working spaces in their premises.

Latin America was once WeWork’s fastest-growing region, and now Selina Hotels, which combines hostel-style dormitories alongside upscale private rooms, offers co-working spaces in 40 of its 48 properties in Latin America including Bogotá, Medellín and Cartagena, Colombia. The brand has new properties slated for places like New York City and Liverpool.

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